On June 20, 1 million Brazilians — students, middle-class professionals, trade union rank-and-file, '60s activists and entire families — staged the nation's largest street protest since 1992 — the…
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Thailand's capable crews, post-production facilities and eye-popping locations have made it a venue of choice over the years for filmmakers as diverse as Oliver Stone, Werner Herzog and, most…
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